Tap Wizard RPG: Arcane Quest is a new game for the iOS and Android platforms where the wizard does all of the work. All you have to do is help the wizard out in battle by tapping power-ups and using items. Your wizard battles, then gains power and gold, then is able to battle again. Read on for some tips and tricks for Tap Wizard RPG: Arcane Quest!
Compared to other idle RPGs, this one can be a bit confusing at first, but that’s only because your wizard automatically gains power. All that you have to do in battle is tap Recall when your wizard runs out of health. When you do, the wizard will gain all of the earned power, and you’ll accumulate all of the earned gold.
At first, the gold will be completely useless because there will be nothing to spend it on. Once you get far enough into the zones, though, you’ll unlock the academy, and when you do, you can spend gold to learn new skills. The new skills generally consist of significant multipliers to your wizard’s stats. You pay once to initiate the learning, then you can pay to rush it along, or just wait it out and tap “Learn” when each skill is ready to learn.
Tap and collect items early on in the round. Then save the items for when you get to that point in the zone when the enemies are nearly impossible to kill because you don’t have enough power. All of the collectible tap attacks will power up according to the strength of the opponent you are currently facing, so you can use them to get a lot farther in the levels.
Experiment with your spells, and if you have a favorite spell, stick it in the number one slot. The spell in the first slot will gain 100% of possible experience after every battle. The second slot will gain 50% of possible experience, the third slot will gain 25% of that, the fourth slot will gain 10% of that, and the fifth slot will gain 5% of possible experience. So level up your favorite spell faster by sticking it higher in the rotation.
Also, experiment with what spells you want to use. Do various battles with different spells equipped, especially depending on where you’re having difficulty. If one single big boss is stifling you, equip single-target spells. If it’s large groups of enemies that are giving you difficulty, then equip splash-damage spells.